“What is a social-distance friendly family virtual scavenger hunt day out?” you ask. (And, wow, isn’t that a mouthful of words??) Well, we adapted our normal first company hike of the year, threw in a fun photo scavenger list, encouraged each person/family to go out and do their hike/photo-shoot in a social-distance friendly way – and then come back to share their fun day out with the rest of the company. Here’s a small selection of our photos – with… [continue]
In tech we have many buzz words such as microservices, the cloud, frameworks, and artificial intelligence. Travel also has buzz words, and as of late, Iceland has been one of the biggest. Being a UX/UI Designer, I spend most of my days behind a computer. With two-thirds of the country being uninhabitable, a trip to Iceland is bound to be rustic, rural, and isolated, so the promise of spending most of my vacation outdoors was enticing! After stepping off the… [continue]
Adulthood. Coming of age. Voting. High school graduation. These are all things that greet us here in the US when we turn 18. So it seems E-g has finally come of age! How do we celebrate our 18th anniversary? Just like we do the rest of life here at E-g – like a family. We gathered at one of our beautiful local parks, swung open the gates, and said, “Have fun!” Honestly, we needed little instruction after that!
The Deam Team ~ I’m sure that’s the first time that joke has ever been made. Or perhaps not… A few, proud group of E-gineers (and a stalwart friend of E-g) recently made our way out to the Charles C. Deam Wilderness, within the Hoosier National Forest for a backpacking adventure. We had been talking about putting a trip like that together for awhile. With a little persistence and planning, what started out as “talk” became a “walk!” … [continue]
Undeterred by the unseasonably cool weather, a handful of E-gineers and some of their families enjoyed exploring the beauty of Indiana’s McCormick’s Creek State Park. Temperatures in the low 40s required bundling up a bit more than expected for mid-May, but we all had a great time hiking trail number five at the park. It helped that the rain held off while we were out there. The braver among us even dared to crawl through Wolf Cave (no wolves, lots… [continue]